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frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. contract talks are on. >> workers are hoping for irresolutions soon. elissa harrington is there. and many spent the night in front of the store didn't they. >> they have been out here 24 hours a day since they first went on strike one week ago. temperatures dipped into the low 40s overnight, so it is chilly. they have a fire going. they have their blankets and employees have been out here ever since last sunday when the strike first started. there's pressure on both sides to reach an agreement, especially before the busy holiday season. thousands of employees represented by the united food workers union have been walking the picket line since last week. the union refused to accept the contract proposal. here's what it included a wage freeze. holding veterans clerking at
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21.30. they wanted to eliminate sunday and holiday premium pay. workers i talked wanted their contracts to stay as they were and were hoping for a speedy resolution. >> our main problem is they want to take our insurance that we have now, our medical and change it to raley's private insurance which means they're in charge of it and they can change it when they want to change it. all we want is to keep things we have. and they're trying to take things. >> reporter: workers say the union is making sure they still get paid but not nearly as much as what they would get on their regular shifts. both sides will not discuss exactly what they've been talking about in those negotiations but we know they're back at the table this morning. while that happens, picketers will stay out here and the stores will remain open. elissa harrington cbs 5. new this morning, two young men are lucky to have escaped a trash with minor injuries.
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around midnight, their dodge durango crashed and fell 25 feet on the westbound lanes of interstate 80. it landed upside down partially collapsing the partial side and the 20-year-old driver and his passenger were very lucky and able to get out on their own. now a look at the new span that's about to become self- supporting. good morning kate. >> good morning frank, now, with this milestone movement, the bay bridge is on track and basically construction workers can breathe a sigh of relief that they can move onto the next few steps. take a look at the animation here, the process of shifting the ban of the bridge took about three months and 45,000- tons of steel and concrete. it was a labor process and they suspected through the deck to lift the 2000-foot the roadway
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just a few feet and locked it all into place. that process is called load transfer. it's going to transform this bridge into a self-anchoring suspension span, the largest o of its kind. the spokes spokesperson says even though the process is done, the voters are nearby. >> there has been a notice not to go under the bridge, a number of operations have taken place. we are strengthening that message to boaters now. they should not go under the bridge at this time. >> reporter: they say it was a nerve wracking process because they were afraid it wouldn't transfer right and it's taken months to straighten out. this process is expected to rap up in the next couple of days. we're told the next step is to remove the temporary supports. you can see in the next few days they'll start to take
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shape. >> thank you, kate,. glued to the tube right there. let's check it over to weather. shall we? >> it's going to be fascinating when they put that whole thing together. you really just want to take a look. the next few days going to be interesting to see outside. out there we have a couple of clouds. 36 degrees in fairfield, that's one of the cold spots, 39 in san rafael, 38 in livermore. temperatures in the 40s as you approach the coastline. we have a weak system headed toward the bay area. we see falling apart right in this ridge that sits overhead. we have a few clouds cruising across the skies. a little bit on the cooler side headed around the bay area. numbers below average by the afternoon. some places in the 60s, near 70 degrees by the afternoon. not going to be as warm as that. 65 degrees in san jose.
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60 in san francisco, 61 degrees in santa rosa. there are warmer days on the horizon. if you have to head to work this morning. at least won't have as much company as usual. this is a live look. the headlights, that's the commute direction westbound 580. the drive time outer cash lanes boomy fingering lights have not been turned out. you can see the middle fast track lights, the regular commuters getting by. all the way up the incline. we're seeing a few brake lights as we approach it it is -- tuscara bridge. and that is the check of time saver traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you, members of congress are demanding more
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information on the investigation of general david petraeus. he resigned last week as head of the cia after admitting to an extra marital affair. tara merger joins us from washington. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. jill kelly a long time friend of the petraeus family apparently went to the fbi several months ago with her concerns and that led o to a revelation about the affair. and now congressments more information about the fbi's investigate. >> reporter: cbs has learned this girl, jill kelly triggered an investigation leading to the resignation of david petraeus. petraeus resigned friday after word got out he was having an affair with his biographer paula broadwell. his resignation caught many off guard. kelly went to the fbi after
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allegedly receiving e-mails from broadwell warning her to back off and stay away from my guy. officials say broadwell believed kelly was a romantic rival. broadwell made this comment about petraeus during a publicity tour. >> i think he has been a terrific role model for young people. >> reporter: congressional leaders say they are going to start an inquiry of their own. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. i think we should have been told. >> reporter: petraeus was scheduled to testify at hearings about the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. but michael morrell is taking his place which is causing concern. >> i don't see how you can find out what happened in benghazi if general petraeus doesn't testify. >> senator feinstein said petraeus could still be called
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to testify at some point in the future. >> and the affair is said to have started two months after david petraeus took over as head of the cia. paula broadwell has been quiet since this started. >> is there any indication charges could be filed. >> reporter: at this point the fbi says no, probably not. they do not believe there was any national security breaches. they say the affair was a personal one and lawmakers are going to do their own inquiry. e details are unfolding bit by bit. >> is there any chance general petraeus will testify regarding the attack in benghazi. >> reporter: ben, yes, feinstein say they're reserving the right. there are a lot of lawmakers
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representing peter king saying we have to analyze the time line of benghazi and others saying he has to testify, he played a key role. we could see him pop up in this process certainly at some point. at this point, not on the schedule. 6:09 now, veterans all around the country are being honored today. november 11th falling over the weekend. holidays being observed on this monday, city, county and state government offices are closed today. post offices will be closed as well. banks, schools are closed today as well. bay area transit systems are running on a regular schedule but without school service. president, vice-president, and their ws president obama marked veterans day at arlington national ceremony taking place in the wreath laying ceremony
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at the tomb of the unknown. after wards president obama noted there is the first veterans day there's no americans fighting in iraq. in san jose, the 94th 94th annual veterans day parade, wednesday on market street yesterday. the event is considered one of the biggest in northern california. and we'd like to hear who you would like to thank this veterans day holiday. tell us who they are. send a picture to mornings @ and you can comment on our twitter or facebook page. cate cauguiran sent this picture of her father. she said she's very proud of his service in the navy and all other vets across our nation. >> great shot. >> it is. time now, it's 6:10. >> a fiery explosion in indianapolis levels a neighborhood. why it could take weeks to determine a cause.
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possible causes investigators are considering right now. city officials estimate damage at around $3.6 million and up to 31 homes are so badly damaged they may have to come down. wildfire season is ending in the south and east bay areas. it will end at 8:00 in al hero e da, contra -- alameda, contra costa and they reduced wildfire dangers. that means a ban on burning is over but you have to check with fire and air quality officials before burning. it was cold this morning. even you put your heat on. >> i did. i blasted the heat all the way here. >> still some chilly temperatures around the bay area. 30s and 40s later on and a few clouds moving inned overhead. we have a weak ridge of high pressure across our skies and then by the afternoon, a mixture of sunshine, some clouds and some below average
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temperatures. we have some warmer weather on the way. high pressure will build back in but look at the system running over the ridge right now. see the clouds making their way through the bay area. a slight chance we could see sprinkles north of the golden a gate bridge. it's going to start to build in as we head in toward the next couple of days. mostly dry as we observe veterans day. a few clouds in sacramento. 62. a little wet, though, as you head up toward eureka. in the bay, 50s, a little breezy in the pacific coo and -- breezy in the pacifica and in the north bay, 62 degrees in sonoma, 61 in santa rosa.
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fairly mild temperatures as we head into tuesday and wednesday, and by friday a chance of rain returns. elizabeth. next weekend could be a wet one. thanks lawrence. right now we're nice and dry and are very quiet on roadways, because it's veterans day. we have slight delays, boomy fingering lights -- metering lights have not been turned on yet. caltrans cam just went down. there it is. you can see that live look at traffic squeezing up toward the incline section and treasure island, so again, that airport van is stalled out, blocking one lane and we'll let you know if they turn the metering lights on. should be quiet so far behind the pay gates. 880, not too bad here, the drive time is still in the green, 16 minutes between 238
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and the maze. no delay there. it's quiet if you're heading toward oakland airport and our live drive times sensors, that is your monday commute. back to you guys. four people are still recover aring from mushroom poisoning in placer county. two women at the gold age villa near loomis died after a care taker made soup with the wild mushrooms. among those being treated is a woman in their 90s. they are calling the deaths an unfortunate accident. checking bay area headlines, the mother accused of using her 10-year-old daughter to shoplift could enter a plea tomorrow. she abandoned her when police caught the girl. she told authorities she suffers from mental illness. local charities are in the early stages of preparing turkey dinners to feed those in need. told the aaa auto group plans
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to use tow trucks to deliver more than 600 turkeys to nonprofit groups in our region. hopefully they don't deliver them like that. >> that would be a live bird. >> no kidding. it is a sight to see, the macy's thanksgiving day parade balloon. they were blown up for a test run in new jersey, giving us a sneak peak of the additions. papa smurf and the elf on the shelf will join the big parade. it's coming up on november the 2@. and i was just -- 22nd. years ago at the end of the parade, they just set them free until it almost hit a commercial jet liner. >> i always love watching that, though. it is 6:19. 9ers and rams and a battle. >> they played 4-quarters, but apparently that was not enough and some might argue it's still l not settled. and what led to a big
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clint bowyer's ("boy-yers")w went after jeff gord a look at possible sanctions after a brawl late in the race at phoenix. clint bowyer's team went after jeff gordon's team. and gordon slowed down and deliberately wrecked his car. he was fed up with it and a fight ensued and looked like the the fight to miss there. it's not clear with alex smith will be able to play again. >> smith suffered a concussion apparently on this play and
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quarterback says it happened in the 1st quarter, had to leave the game. and he started to come back, and he goes in for the touchdown. david acres field goal tied the game up. and they go to ot, but neither team, a lot of missed field goals could win it in overtime, so the 9ers and the rams played for the first time in 4 years at 24 apiece. here that come on the come back trail, hayward bay with the touchdown. and baltimore dominated the second half. colby jones finished it off. see you later, ravens beat the raiders 55-20. and our play of the day coming from memphis, the grizzlies at home against the
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miami heat, rudy gate dribbles behind the back and rolls right by lebron james. the grizzlies win big, 104-86 over the heat. >> what was the reaction after the play. >> especially around lebron. 6:25 now. coming up. san jose in the spotlight, the campaign to raise the minimum wage is inspiring cities across the country. and we might be seeing rain soon, but nothing quite like this, why it's flooding in venice. a major milestone for the bay bridge. we'll talk you through the tricky construction and tell you why crews say it was a nerve wracking process. >> sorry about that. no, we're not going to see epic rains but we have a chance of showers. temperatures in your 60s. more on your weather coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,[ elizabeth ] i like to drink orange juice or have lemon in my water...
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back to the bargaining table. >> it is scary. we hope it will get resolved soon. >> the pressure is onto get bay area workers on the job. and how to handle the fiscal cliff. >> instead of raising the taxes and let's start to actually solve the problem. after a decade of war, our heroes are coming home. and honoring our nation's veterans veterans. congress demands answers on the general david petraeus
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affair. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. i think he should have been told. >> 2 people are dead following explosion in an indianapolis neighborhood. >> next thing you know there's a loud explosion and the whole house shook. >> across the bay and around the world, the stories that matter on eyewitness news this morning. good morning everyone, it's monday, november 12th. i'm michelle griego. >> hi everyone i'm frank mallicoat. 6:30 now, and a major step in the building of the new bay bridge. it's almost done. >> cbs5 reporter cate cauguiran is on treasure island with a look at the new span that's about to become self- supporting. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, construction is well on its way. this process took about three months and now that it's complete or days away from being complete, workers can breathe a sigh of relief. take a look at this animation. this is basically what happened
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over the past few months. it's called load transfer. workers shifted sections of the eastern span of the new bay bridge or about 45,000-tons of steel and concrete from its temporary supports to the cables and ropes using tension and hydraulic jacks. it was done in several steps to balance out the transfers. it's the largest of its kind in the world. a spokesperson says even though their wrapping up this section of the process, boaters nearby should be aware. >> there has been a notice not to go under the self-anchored suspension bridge because a number of operations are taking place we are strengthing that message to boaters right now. individual pleasure craft should not go under the bridge at this time. >> the 2000-foot roadway lifted a few feet. they say this was a labor intensive process and their concerns were that it wouldn't
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transfer out easily and this is something they have seen done in the past with other bridges and if that had happened, it would have taken months to correct but they are on track for basically a complete opening of the bridge in september 2013. we're live on treasure island, cate cauguiran cbs 5. a strike against raley's and knob hill foods is in its second. week. there are renewed hopes for a resolution. elissa harrington is outside knob hill foods where people have been pickets overnight good morning. >> reporter: good morning. people have been picketing 24 hours a day since the strike started last week, and one picketer says she has never seen the parking lot empty as it has been this past week. this making a big impact on sales and putting pressure on the company to deal with the union. raley's a knob hill foods employees with the united food workers union have been on strike since last week.
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they're at odds on wages and benefits. raley's has cut back to make changes in the contract to be competitive, and the company's proposal also calls for a wage freeze, holding courtesy clerks at 9.20 an hour and veteran clerks at 21.30. also the elimination of sunday and holiday premium pay. now, the union did not accept this proposal so that is what they are talking about right now. and even though e this -- this morning it is cold outside, some employees have been on the picket lines 13 hours a day, they are in good spirits hearing that the company and union are back at the negotiating table. >> we are hopeful this is the last couple of nights standing out here. it's harder standing out here than it is working in there for 8 hours. >> reporter: the thousands of workers have been taking part in this strike at roughly 100
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or more food stores in california. in nevada they are hoping for a speedy resolution as we go into the busy holiday season. elissa harrington cbs 5. they have been rallying against the utility and others after superstorm sandy hit. about 73,000 homes and businesses remain without power in new york and new jersey. most of the lingering outages are on long island. crews say they hope e to restore power to most of the homes and businesses by tomorrow night. and there's major flooding today. this is shots from venice italy, the high tide marked yesterday was 5 feet above flood level. that's the 6th highest mark since record keeping started. it comes from heavy rains and wind whipped seas. movable barerers, have been in the works for years but will
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not -- barriers have been in the works for years but will not be ready until 2023. 6:35, let's get a check on the weather here. >> it is cold today. >> little chilly. we'll see a little cold in the studio this morning. cold temperatures everywhere you go early on. a couple of clouds moving across your skies. what a nice beginning to the day. a beautiful sunrise. we're going to see dry weather for most of the bay area today. 30s showing up in some of the valleys. 37 degrees in concord, 38 in santa rosa and 38 degrees in livermore, a chilly start to the day. a few clouds likely to move across the skies. moving into a ridge of high pressure. temperatures are going to stay down. plan on 65 degrees in san jose, so about 4 degrees below the average there. 60s in much of the east bay as well this afternoon and as you
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head inside the bay, we'll find temperatures running in the 60s. 60s in san francisco but cool conditions changing, that may change. warmer weather on the way. >> thanks lawrence. and veterans day holiday, you can see it at the bay bridge toll plaza. no delay at all approaching the pay gate. it was a little bit busier earlier. we were watching a stall on the incline. fortunately they were able to clear it out. hopefully those folks are on their way. elsewhere, the nimitz northbound and southbound 880, so far 6 minutes between 238 and the maze. south bay check kind of a similar story, a lot of kids off school, hopefully you have the day off work, 101, 280 and guadalupe parkway showing green. 23 minutes now, slow and go toward the dublin interchange, coming up a check of mass
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transit. in the meantime, back to you guys. the nation's airline may need more pilots. carriers are bracing for what's expecting to be a wave of retirements in the industry. many senior pilots are close to reaching the mandatory retirement age of 65. the other problem facing the airlines is the high level of experienced requirements for those new hires, nearly four times as hard. captain sully sill lenberg says the shortage isn't that serious. the series of events that led to general david petraeus resigning from the cia. jill kelly contacted the fbi rabbit e-mails she claimed to have received from petraeus' biographer. broadwell considered kelly a romantic rival. and that led to the investigation that uncovered
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the extramarital affair with broadwell prompting petraeus to resign. >> there's no effect on the affair of national security, i think we need to move on. >> members of congress are expected to ask tough questions about the scandal this week. former spokesperson says his wife is furious about the affair. president obama is holding meetings this week about the fiscal cliff. he will meet with leaders from the labor and business communities tomorrow and wednesday. then on friday he's scheduled to meet with a bipartisan group of congressional leaders. if there's not deal on budget deficits by the end of the year, automatic tax increases and spending cuts go into effect. san jose will become the largest city in the nation to have a minimum wage higher than the state's standard. matt bigler joins us to explain
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this. >> reporter: good morning. the supporters of the measure d, the minimum wage measure on the ballot last tuesday in san jose are hearing from folks across california and across the country. they're asking how did you do this, how can you help us pass similar minimum wage increases in our cities. we talked to scot myers and he's a sociology professor and he explains what sort of interest they've been hearing. >> we've been contacted by groups groups in los angeles, berkeley. i talked to one scholar and he thought in 2014 there could be over a hundred city wide minimum wage ballot initiatives on the 2014 ballot initiative. >> reporter: measure d. was not a close election. it ended up passing with 59% of the vote and that is adding to the interest in similar minimum wage increases. business leaders have argued
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that a raise and increase in the minimum wage will force businesses to lay off workers. according to the mercury news, two downtown restaurants have told their wait staff they will have their hours cut or could be laid off as a result of measure d. other restaurants have said we're not going to lay anybody off but may have to raise the price of menu items by a couple of cents. and that minimum wage increase to $10 an hour takes effect. i'm matt bigler cbs 5. the holiday is being observed today. county, state, federal offices are closed today. the post office closed as well. banks and schools are closed today. as well, and bari transit systems are running on a
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regular schedule without school systems. who would you like to thank. tell us who they are and send us a picture. and you can comment on our facebook or twitter page. mike says i'm proud of my cousin gregory skelley, this is greg with the first marine lo gist ticks group. -- logistics group. allegations that the drug doesn't actually stop the flu. and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's get a quick look at the early numbers here. we'll get an update from jason brook. ,,
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welcome back, 6:45. democrat ares won big in last week's election. not just with the president but also here in california, and san francisco examiner columnist is here to explain how redistricting played a big role. democrats won big, that's for sure. and in california, the difference between a political party isn't necessarily northern and southern california versus the middle, it's west versus east. we have a map showing how the parties voted in the 2008 election. and you see the john mccain supporters concentrated inland and the obama supporters on the coast. in 2010 we had a new census and we had a citizens redistricting commission that put together a new group of districts and the 2012 congress enjoyed those new districts and was able to pick up more seats along the coast
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because the districts follow more closely the partisan break down. so in 2012, democrats were able to pick up three seats and they actually pick up a 4th. that little yellow spot is a perfect example of this. that's district 7 where republican dan lungren has served since 2005. and it's a very close seat, brought to you by redistricting. >> the democrats are probably applauding now the election has come and gone. before it they were like don't do that. >> back in 2008, and again in 2010, that's when the ballot measures were up before voters so that we could create this independent commission instead of letting the legislature create their own lines. when that happened, the democrats were strongly against it. nancy pi rosie was against it
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-- pilosi was against it. on the other side, republicans including charles munger gave millions of dollars. >> so much was that theory. >> they're regretting that today i'm sure. >> do they have anything to be happy about. >> there were a couple of districts that put democrats against other democrats, so we had pete stark lost his seat thanks in no small part to redistricting. and we had howard berman lost his seat because he had to go against another democrat. there were two losses of veteran lawmakers, but overall they picked up a net gain of three sales, maybe more. >> and -- seats, maybe more. >> i would be remiss if i
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talked about american government and politics and said happy veteran's day to my two brothers, chris and eddy, they're having cool and served in the army as well as my father. the twitter question of the day is who would you like to wish happy veterans day to and mine is to my two brothers and my father. and we're greatful to everyone across the country. . well, apple settles paton disputes disputes and wall street is open for business. >> here to talk about that is jason brooks. >> good morning, this is a key deal are between htc and apple where they'll agree to settle the patent agreements together. they have settled smart phone technology with microsoft and
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nokia, but not the android battles out. there and samsung across many courtrooms in the world and. apple shares right now up 1% on this move. stock market coming off its worst week in five months, tuning to the looming fiscal cliff and the european debt crisis and leveled the market before setting a bid on saturday. thanks to veterans, no bond trading. market is open for business and we're looking at slight gains to start off today. the dow is up by 21 points. nasdaq, 13. and cisco, the network gear making conference maker is going to be reporting earnings tomorrow and it's a bell weather for other big firms out there. thank you jason. time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this
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morning. and charlie rose joins us live in new york sitting in the big chair. >> new information about the woman who had an affair with david petraeus. and did paula broadwell have access to classified information. and airlines saying new rules will lead to the worst lack of pilots in history. that and more when we see you at 7. thank you, and cbs this morning starts at 7:00. >> coming up in just a few minutes. first we have to hear from lawrence karnow. temperatures very cold. we have those numbers running down in the 30s and the 40s. crank up the heater if you're headed outside and clouds continue cruise overhead as well. the temperatures running below the average but not bad and then we'll see warmer days lead
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before we start to talk about rain once again. you have a couple clouds continuing to move across the bridge. they start to fall apart across the bay area. a rather flat ridge so we're going to keep these temperatures down. most of the rainfall will stay north of the bay area. mostly dry on this observed veterans day. about 68 degrees in fresno. sunshine there. could see showers up toward eureka and 40s and 50s in the high country. around the bay, mid-506. -- mid-60s. and low 60s in the napa valley. and lots of sunshine and a few clouds this afternoon. 60 in san francisco. 58 in daley city. next couple of days. might be some 70s making a return to the valley. and the latter part of the week, clouds on the increase, a chance of showers into friday, the better chance the latter part of this weekend.
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there's not much traffic to talk about this morning. of course it is a holiday and just a lot of folks staying off the roads. we'll show you how good it is across some of our bay area roadways. this is a live look through danville. if you're heading into or out of the sandra moan -- san ramon valley, and highway 4, always slow. and even this looks pretty good this morning. this is a live drive time sensors throwing the current condition. not bad through antioch. reporting some l earlier delays and now ace number 3, delays under 10 minutes, everything else, including b.a.r.t. system wide on time. that is traffic and weather together every 10 minutes, back to you guys. one of the most famous costumes in movie history
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a british medical journal is asking the drug make roche to release all data on tamiflu. the journal says there's no evidence the drug can stop the flu. one researchers wants to sue them. women who are sick while pregnant have a higher risk of having a a child with autism. they found kids who's mothers had the flu during pregnancy were twice as likely to develop autism in children who's mother had a fever for more than a week had a threefold risk. you can expect tough questions to be asked on capitol hill regarding general david petraeus. after the fbi uncovered his extramarital affair be his buy ago -- biographer paula
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broadwell. live pictures outside a knob hill food store. this is in alameda. a lot of folks out all night long, the biggest sticking point is the company proposes to eliminate health plan benefits for retirees who qualify for medicare. and caltrans is almost done taking the weight of the roadway off its temporary support structure and having the cables do all the work. the new bridge still set to open. it's right on schedule, sometime late next year. >> i'm going to be so excited when it's done, even more so. it's great to see, but come on, let's get this thing done. it won't be long now. folks we are starting out a little chilly, a couple of clouds out there. and it's going to be a very nice day outside, although these temperatures are going to be running below. average just a bit. numbers by the afternoon running into the 30s and the 40s right now.
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afternoon we're expecting highs in the 50s. and tomorrow looks to be a little warmer. maybe showers return on friday. look at that. in traffic we're going to show you the bay bridge toll plaza. this tells the traffic story. there's no metering lights at all. it's a holiday. fewer cars on the road. right now there's no delay. one final veteran thank you this morning, for robert whurley. he served in the u.s. army during the korean army. he's in the middle here. thank you for your service. we love the photos and noel has been a member of the u.s. navy for nine years. >> keep the pictures coming, we'll postthem on -- post them on our web site. >> cbs this morning is coming up next. enjoy th

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CBS November 12, 2012 6:00am-7:00am PST

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